WOVEN program offers free music lessons to local children

Warm lights fill the stage as the seats begin to glow with the cool, blue…

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Love of the Game Drives New Student Athletes to Division III 

NCAA Division III athletics provides the opportunity for many to continue their sports endeavors after high school. No other division among the NCAA has more athletes, with more than 190,000 student-athletes spread across 450 colleges and universities throughout the country according to the NCAA’s website.

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Top five moments in 2016-17 Rams’ athletics

Here are the top five moments from the latest Ram’s athletic year.

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Friday chapel offerings benefit North Central alumni 

Offerings for missions work have traditionally been collected at North Central during Friday chapel services, but more structure was added to the offering time this school year. The money went to support individuals and families working in missions around the world.

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The Necessity of Doubt 

North Central Sophomore Blake Roberts tackles the questions of doubt, and whether a Christian can not know the answers to tough questions and still call themselves a Christian.

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A balanced approach to feminism in the church: Imago Dei

Student David Bennett discusses a topic that is often discussed at North Central, and whether or not it is a belief Christians should subscribe to.

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Aswar Rahman: high school dropout, 23-year-old filmmaker, Minneapolis mayoral candidate

Born in Bangladesh and raised in Minneapolis, Rahman never graduated from high school or obtained a GED. He is currently a 23-year-old filmmaker, but believes that gives him an outside look at the issues the city faces.

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Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge stem the rising tide of drug abuse

Minnesota Teen Challenge is stretching its hand out to the Elliot Park community by teaming up with Elliot Park Neighborhood Inc. through new outreaches and events.

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Paperboy to president

After 22 years of presidential leadership at North Central University, Anderson’s leadership era will come to a close at May’s end: an era marked by extensive property expansion, enrollment fluctuation, and spiritual and academic integration.

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The God you can trust: A response to open theism

Kristen Reuter, North Central Senior, responds to Tyler Hanna’s previous opinion piece on God’s control on the future and whether or not it is exhaustive.

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